GIGI STUDIOS Black & White Capsule Collection

The six models in the Black & White capsule collection reflect GIGI STUDIOS’ passion for visual harmony and the search for beauty in proportions and lines —black and white acetate laminations in a limited-edition collection that pays homage to Op-art and optical illusions. Light and shadow, yin and yang, Black & White captures the essence of form and design, highlighting the subtle and precise rather than the saturation of color.

GIGI STUDIOS ANALOG
ANALOG
GIGI STUDIOS EXTREME
EXTREME
GIGI STUDIOS ILLUSION
ILLUSION

The Black & White capsule collection comprises three suns and three optical designs, all crafted in the highest quality Italian acetate. The sunglasses are CONTRAST, square with an eye-catching front; VICEVERSA, a statement model with a cat-eye touch; and CHESS, an oversized geometric design. All sunglasses in the capsule collection have been created in three varieties of black and white with bold new combinations of black and white laminations.

GIGI STUDIOS CONTRA
CONTRA
GIGI STUDIOS CHESS
CHESS
GIGI STUDIOS VICEVERSA
VICEVERSA

The new optical designs are the square-shaped EXTREME, the round-shaped ANALOG, and the geometric ILLUSION. All three designs combine black and white in various ways: subtle and contrasting, symmetrical and asymmetrical. Each of these models is available in two combinations of the starring shades.

The GIGI STUDIOS Black & White capsule collection interprets one of the most striking and ground-breaking artistic movements through statement eyewear for avant-garde personalities.

GIGI STUDIOS ANALOG

About GIGI STUDIOS

The history of GIGI STUDIOS is a testament to a passion for craftsmanship. A constantly evolving commitment, passed down from generation to generation, to meet the needs of a discerning and demanding public.

From its beginnings in 1962’s Barcelona to today’s global consolidation, GIGI STUDIOS dedication to craftsmanship and creative expression remains at the core of everything it does, offering quality and sophistication in an accessible way.

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